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PDF via Slide Images and Back Again via ImageMagick Primer Tutorial

Does today’s blog posting title sound familiar to you? If so, I’m impressed. If not, get the whole picture, in context (we hope), today of … today’s “PDF via Slide Images and Back Again via ImageMagick Primer Tutorial” … gets … Continue reading

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Video via Slide Images and Back Again via ffmpeg Primer Tutorial

Reading yesterday’s LibreOffice Spreadsheet via dBase Primer Tutorial you can’t say I didn’t warn you about my interest in ants (and bees)? Glad you asked? Did you know? the queen ant (often just one per ant colony) is not a … Continue reading

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Vlogging Primer Tutorial

As you read this post you are reading a blog post, specifically a WordPress Blog post. What does Wikipedia say about the term “blog”? A blog (a truncation of the expression “weblog”)[1] is a discussion or informational website published on … Continue reading

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Java Swing Desktop Primer Tutorial

Here is another tutorial that uses Swing functionality in Java to create a GUI (Graphical User Interface) desktop program on a Mac laptop (but same code may well work, compiled on a Windows laptop (the same way)) that tests the … Continue reading

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HTML/Javascript/CSS Frameset Primer Tutorial

Here is a tutorial that addresses more Javascript DOM ideas and builds on three previous tutorials that looked at Sliding Menus via the tutorials ending with More Javascript DOM Tutorial. Framesets are a good way to organize HTML that work … Continue reading

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Code::Blocks C++ Win32 API Frame Menu Primer Tutorial

The tutorial today is about a programming IDE called Code::Blocks, and we use this to create a project to create a C++ Windows 32bit GUI frame application (Win32 API) with two simple submenus. Programming IDEs take a lot of the … Continue reading

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